In 1961, there was nothing on the market quite like the big 648-pound Harley-Davidson FLH.
This 1923 Indian Scout was one of America’s first sport bikes.
The 1958 Harley-Davidson XLCH Sportster was born of competition stock.
A wheelie on a Mustang motorcycle?
Mike Toth’s restoration of a Harley-Davidson FL took a long time, but it’s good as new now.
Frank Westfall’s 1912 Henderson Four is believed to be one of six still in existence today.
It is speed, spirit and a sense of freedom that motorcycles give us. But how free can we be if we have to depend on a mechanic for every little repair and adjustment to our machines?
From the first experiments on two wheels to today's hypertrophic creations, Motorcycles: The Legendary Models illustrates the evolution of this much-loved machine. Through stunning images and foldout …
Motorcycle Classics is America's premier magazine for collectors and enthusiasts, dreamers and restorers, newcomers and life long motorheads who love the sound and the beauty of classic bikes. Every issue delivers exciting and evocative articles and photographs of the most brilliant, unusual and popular motorcycles ever made!
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